Clover not picking up coverage unless I "re-save" the affected class

Hi I am new to Clover and trying to incorporate it into my Eclipse project.

Basically I have a simple test-project. My Junit tests go through all my code branches. If I run the tests with Clover, coverage is proclaimed at 0%. Only if I re-open the classes being tested, re-save them, and re-run the tests does the coverage get picked up correctly at 100%.

Is there a setting to configure this? Is Clover losing some sense of state that it remembers what it has tested or not?

Thanks,

Alex

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Hi Alex,

Could you give more details about your problem? In particular:

  • Eclipse version used,
  • Clover version used,
  • how Clover is set-up for your project (for example "Enable Clover on this project" with standard Java Builder used for compilation or Clover defined in build.xml with Ant Builder used),
  • do you have unit tests in the same project as business code,
  • what are the values of "Coverage visualization build" (refresh and span) in main menu > Window > Preferences > Clover?

Regards
Marek

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